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Could India and Pakistan Go to War?
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Could India and Pakistan Go to War?
A shooting war is unlikely, but covert activities are a strong possibility.
Could India and Pakistan Go to War?
Finding Delhi’s Lost Monuments
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Finding Delhi’s Lost Monuments
Glimpses of historical treasures hidden within the bustle of a modern city.
Finding Delhi’s Lost Monuments
India's Health Scare Gets Worse
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India's Health Scare Gets Worse
The current outbreak of vector borne diseases lays bare the inadequacies of India's health care system.
India's Health Scare Gets Worse
The Trouble With India's Projects in Myanmar
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The Trouble With India's Projects in Myanmar
India has great ambitions for infrastructure construction in Myanmar, but falls short in implementation.
The Trouble With India's Projects in Myanmar
Afghanistan's Anti-Taliban Vigilantes: Blessing or Curse?
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Afghanistan's Anti-Taliban Vigilantes: Blessing or Curse?
When locals take their defense into their own hands, what does that mean for Afghanistan's central government?
Afghanistan's Anti-Taliban Vigilantes: Blessing or Curse?
The Taliban's Latest Battlefield: Social Media
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The Taliban's Latest Battlefield: Social Media
The Taliban has drastically ramped up its presence on services like Twitter and WhatsApp in the past few years.
The Taliban's Latest Battlefield: Social Media
The Rise of US-Bangladesh Counterterror Cooperation
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The Rise of US-Bangladesh Counterterror Cooperation
Kerry’s visit to Dhaka shows how seriously the U.S. takes terrorism in Bangladesh.
The Rise of US-Bangladesh Counterterror Cooperation
The Bizarre World of Karachi Politics
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The Bizarre World of Karachi Politics
Anti-Pakistan rhetoric and a mayor ruling from jail – under MQM control, Pakistan’s largest city is never boring.
The Bizarre World of Karachi Politics
Sri Lanka and Australia's Strategic Defense Interests
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Sri Lanka and Australia's Strategic Defense Interests
Based on Australia's Defense White Paper, the two countries can deepen strategic security cooperation.
Sri Lanka and Australia's Strategic Defense Interests
Balochistan: The Troubled Heart of the CPEC
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Balochistan: The Troubled Heart of the CPEC
Long-standing violence in Pakistan’s most impoverished province is given new impetus by modern geopolitics.
Balochistan: The Troubled Heart of the CPEC
India and China: Asia's Uneasy Neighbors
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India and China: Asia's Uneasy Neighbors
Optimism for India-China relations was high when Modi took office. Those hopes have long since faded.
India and China: Asia's Uneasy Neighbors
Longing to Belong: Afghan Sikhs and Hindus in India
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Longing to Belong: Afghan Sikhs and Hindus in India
For decades, a lack of legal status has left Afghanistan's persecuted religious minorities without a home.
Longing to Belong: Afghan Sikhs and Hindus in India
Pakistan: The Rebirth of Jihad
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Pakistan: The Rebirth of Jihad
Within Pakistan, banned groups like JeM and JuD campaign openly for jihad against India.
Pakistan: The Rebirth of Jihad
India's Medical Tourism Boom
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India's Medical Tourism Boom
Each year, roughly 200,000 patients from war-torn countries come to India seeking medical care they can't find at home.
India's Medical Tourism Boom
The Dilemma of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy
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The Dilemma of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy
Why can’t Islamabad get its foreign policy on track?
The Dilemma of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy
The Change Luck City: Dhaka’s Climate Refugees
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The Change Luck City: Dhaka’s Climate Refugees
Displaced by climate change, almost half a million people flee to Bangladesh's capital every year.
The Change Luck City: Dhaka’s Climate Refugees
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